Hi, I'm Ruth, an award winning, multi-accented, female voiceover and character voice actor. I'm a professionally trained actor and dubbing voice talent. From audiobooks to games, animations to corporate, documentary and commercial, I can provide you with the voices you need.
My voice is very versatile and I have a wide array of characters. In 2019 I won the Sovas Award for 'Outstanding Anime: Best Female Voiceover' for the character 'Tock' in Rooster Teeth's RWBY series. My native Scottish brogue is just one of the large range of accents that I can effortlessly slide between.
I am after all.... The Tartan Chameleon!
For my rates, click the rate card below.
I have a custom built, broadcast quality, home studio in my garden, fitted out with professional studio recording equipment. It is soundproof, acoustically designed and treated to suit my voice. It's a great space to work.
My remote recording capability means that no matter where in the world you are, we can work together to provide the perfect voice for your project, when you need it.
From my home studio I have performed, recorded and produced voices that have appeared in award winning animations, TV broadcasts, AAA games, documentaries, adverts and audiobooks.
Studio Equipment includes:
Neumann U87ai mic
GML 2032 (with 8355PSU) pre amp & EQ /channel strip. (Beautiful crystal clear, uncoloured pre amp).
Universal Audio Apollo Thunderbolt Interface
Apple Mac Quad Core i7 computer
A range of pro music creation and production software including:
Pro Tools 11,
Isotope RX and
Universal Audio Plug-ins
Source Connect and Skype are available on request.
For detailed studio spec. and equipment list, click the button below.
In my last news I was still buzzing from my trip to LA and the Voice Arts Awards. It was the beginning of 2020 and the words ‘Corona’ and ‘Covid-19’ were only just on the fringes of public consciousness. Like everyone else I was full of lavish plans for this year with plenty of big voice acting goals. And then, like a bolt of out of the blue, everything changed, we were locked down and work slowed incredibly. I was fortunate to have my audiobooks continue even though corporates and commercial work became completely non-existent for a long time.
Now, even though these are still uncertain times, things are slowly picking up again and I think this may be in part because the industry has learned to adapt to the circumstances.